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on them. what happened next has brought a lot of attention to one american city's police department and it has convinced one law enforcement official to confront some of the people she relies on most. kate snow has our report. >> you've been called the toughest woman in detroit. >> well, i've been called a lot of things. that's just one of them. >> even in a hard-hit town full of tough women, kym worthy stands out. she's the wayne county prosecutor, the chief law enforcement officer in the detroit area. she's also a single mother raising three daughters on her own. >> i guess so. >> constantly juggling home life and work. >> i wanted to be a lawyer. i fell into the job of being a prosecutor the moment i started doing this work i knew it was work for me. >> never one to shy away from the toughest cases, worthy prosecuted detroit's former mayor kwame kill patrick. >> we are not going ignore true justice at any time. >> she's the one person in detroit you really don't want to get angry and that's exactly what happened back in august 2009 all because of a discovery that centered on this
was never able to identify who controlled the server, but they tracked it to shanghai, the same city where the chinese military is now alleged to be running a vast cyber espionage operation. what's more, a chinese telecommunications company in direct competition with nortel called huawei has been accused of having ties to the chinese military. its founder say former technology specialist for the people's liberation army. >> it's time that somebody speaks up and says this is what's going on and corporate america better get a grip because if they're not their cookie jar will be stolen and the bad guys will get away scot-free. there's no justice here. huawei denies stealing from nortel or any other company, saying it has the highest respect for intellectual property of others. most insiders never learned about the chinese spying because nortel never disclosed it. the company filed for bankruptcy in 2009 and is no longer in business. >> it's a new age, new wave technology-based organized crime. one of the most serious examples of cyber theft is perhaps one of the most embarrassing. >> because
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